In Bafia trial, bank officer denies printing NFC account details

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A senior officer from Public Bank has denied printing documents in relation to the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) and its chairperson Mohamad Salleh Ismail.

Witness Cheam Chen Hooi, who was attached to the Jinjang Public Bank branch in 2012, acknowledged that the printouts pertaining to NFC, Salleh, Agroscience Sdn Bhd and National Meatworks Livestock Corporation Sdn Bhd were done using his login identity but denied printing them.

“I have never seen these documents before. They are not Jinjang Public Bank customers. They have never been our branch customers,” he testified at the Shah Alam Sessions Court today...

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